Naked Corn: How to Cook Husk Sweet Corn

Dec 10th

Sorry if you’re offended by this, but we decided to expose our naked corn.  We feel it’s very important for people to see the naked truth about our sweet corn.

You see, a lot of people ask: how do I cook this?  We have to be honest: naked.

You don’t need to add water.  You don’t need to add salt.  You don’t need to add butter.  Husk Sweet Corn is frozen in it’s own juices, which packs in that naturally sweet flavor you’re used to tasting every summer in Indiana from fresh corn-on-the-cob.

So cook it naked… the corn, that is.  Just put it in a sauce pan, turn the heat to Medium-High, and stir occasionally.  Heat until simmering and let simmer about 5 minutes.  Enjoy!

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